يک عکس، يک ايده
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چند ساعت پیش در شبکه به دنبال عکسی می گشتم که اتفاقی به عکس های موزه جنگ لیبسکیند در منچستر برخوردم.
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War and Architecture
You might think that war's principal contribution to architecture takes the form of demolition, but in fact, hostilities often involve massive construction projects to house both men and machinery. And while many of these buildings are lightweight temporary structures, our coastlines are still weighed down with wartime bunkers. So has the architecture of war been unfairly dismissed as brutal in its functionalism and lacking in aesthetic worth?